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Re: [ft-devel] What and where are the fonts that require the unpatented

From: Dirck Blaskey
Subject: Re: [ft-devel] What and where are the fonts that require the unpatented hinter ?
Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2006 12:23:18 -0700
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David Turner wrote:
I'm currently trying to have the default build of FreeType "just work"
when it is fed with one of these tricky TrueType CJK fonts that cannot
be properly loaded without a bytecode interpreter.

The idea is that the "unpatented hinter" will be compiled in the default
build, though the auto-hinter will still be used to load the glyphs; that
is, *except* if the TrueType face loader determines that the font file
corresponds to one of the few well-known "trick" fonts.

Could anyone remind me what these fonts are, and where I could find them
for analysis and testing ? I believe that nearly all of them were designed
by DynaLabs, but I'm a bit unsure about that.

Not 100% sure this is the same problem, but here is a CJK font fragment from a PDF file that
exhibits nasty behavior unless
(and hinting not disabled).

This is from a ft-devel list thread from 8/2004 titled "Glyph Oulines Has Low Quality"

Tested with cids <0604><059C><0DA9><0B6E><19F5>


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